Infostani International- Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq underscored Pakistan’s perspective on the deteriorating human rights situation in the occupied Palestinian territories while urging close and collective efforts to address complex issues like Islamophobia within the Muslim Ummah, particularly through the OIC. The media wing of the Prime Minister’s Office issued a statement revealing that the Prime Minister hosted a lunch meeting with ambassadors from Muslim countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Ambassadors from Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen attended the meeting.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister highlighted the significance of fraternal relations between Pakistan and the Muslim world. Especially with the MENA region countries. Various issues, including the worsening human rights situation in occupied Palestinian territories and challenges such as Islamophobia, were discussed. The Prime Minister stressed the necessity for the Muslim Ummah to actively collaborate. Particularly through the OIC, in addressing these intricate issues. Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq chaired the fifth meeting of the Board of Governors of the Special Technology Zones Authority.
Caretaker PM Advances IT Development in Pakistan
In this session, the Board ratified the decisions made during the fourth meeting. Including the approval of the restructuring of the Budget and Finance, Audit, and Technical Committees of the Special Technology Zones Authority. Additionally, the meeting greenlighted the submission of drafts for the licensing framework. Authority procedures, and fee regulations to the technical committee. The caretaker prime minister expressed the pivotal role the IT sector can play in the country’s economy. Noting positive progress in attracting foreign investment. He emphasized the considerable potential for IT sector development in Pakistan.
The Prime Minister instructed the formulation of necessary policies to attract IT experts globally. Fostering the development and promotion of IT in Pakistan. Haya Fatima Sehgal, author of the book “Really Stunt Pakistan,” also had a meeting with the Prime Minister.